A Map of New York Cideries

Our map features the cideries that joined us at our first ever Good Cider event a couple of months back.

Cider makers who joined us at our first ever Good Cider event on March 18. Illustration by Chloe Hoeg.

Missed our handy New York cider map in the most recent issue? It features the cideries that joined us at our first ever Good Cider event a couple of months back. We were fortunate to have so many New York cider makers under one roof that evening, but both the regrettable and great news is that we couldn’t include all our state’s cideries in the room!

See below for a few of our hard cider–related stories. And if your favorite New York maker isn’t listed in this piece, never fear: we’ll be meeting tons of new ciders in a few months at Cider Week. Feel free to give us a tip by leaving a comment, too.

Learn more about New York’s evolving cider scene via Glynwood’s Cider Project, which creates opportunities for the Hudson Valley region’s apple growers including a 2010 exchange with French producers.

And thanks to Wassail, the city’s first and only hard cider bar, there’s ample opportunity to try a variety of New York hard ciders whenever you please.

To point you to who poured at Good Cider, peruse this list of vendors: Black Diamond Ciders; Indian Ladder Farmstead Brewery and Cidery; Descendant Cider Co.; Eve’s Cidery; Awestruck Premoum Hard Ciders; Hudson Valley Farmhouse CiderMckenzie’s; Naked Flock Cider; Nine Pin Cider Works; Orchard Hill Cider Mill; Slyboro Ciderhouse; South Hill Cider; The Standard Cider Co. from Brotherhood; Wölffer Estate VineyardDoc’s Draft Hard Cider; Rumor Mill Hard Cider; Bellwether Hard Cider; Finger Lakes Cider House at Good Life Farm; Redbyrd Orchard Cider; Bad Seed Cider; 1911 Cider; Cliffton DryAaron Burr: The Cidery; Yankee Folly Cidery; Badass Hard Cider; Harvest Moon Cidery at Critz Farms; Blackduck Cidery; Cider Tree (Hazlitt Winery)

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Claire Brown

Claire is the Associate Digital Editor at Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn. When she's not writing about food, she can often be found leading tours at the Union Square Greenmarket.